I am a German marine biologist especially interested in deep-sea ecosystems. I recently finished my master’s degree at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, during which I was lucky enough to work on amazing projects focused on genetics of deep-sea crustaceans around Iceland. The highlight of my research so far was scuba diving at a hydrothermal vent site in an Icelandic fjord while it was snowing above water! I enjoy tea, audiobooks, temperatures above 25°C and getting to research and write about topics that I am passionate about.
Click below to read articles from Eva on Ecology for the Masses.
Life At Sea: Reflections From Two And A Half Months On A Research Vessel
On The Trail Of Explosive Seaweed Blooms
The Luck of the Evolutionary Draw Behind Your Cheese Addiction
Hydrothermal Vents And Where To Find Them
You’re Their Whole World: Studying The Mites On Your Face With Dr. Benjamin Clanner-Engelshofen
Marvels of the African Great Lakes: Studying Cichlids With Dr. Frederic Schedel
Venturing Into The Earth’s Great Unknown: The Mesopelagic Zone